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Python Resources

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Tutorials and documentation

Code Like a Pythonista: Idiomatic Python: Plenty of good general guidance, both on style and on using language features to gain efficiency.

Doug Hellmann has a website and a book devoted to the Python Standard Library. Both resources draw consistent praise from the Python community.

Tools

Jarvis

Jarvis is an interactive coding assistant that shares ideas with Light Table.

Numba
“Numba is an just-in-time specializing compiler which compiles annotated Python and NumPy code to LLVM (through decorators).” These tests seem to indicate that massive speedups can be had with very little effort.

Object Storage

Durus

Durus is a simplified ZODB.

Documentation

Official introduction.

An introduction to Durus as part of the Spyced documentation. Not that great, as pointed out in the comments.

Know How Durus 3.6:

Built on Durus

Moellus is a “rich and soft layer on Durus” that adds some kind of relational capability. Don’t know if anyone ever used it.

Schevo.

XML: parsing and constructing

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